Posted September 27, 2018 04:25:00 The internet loves to hate.
It’s an easy thing to do.
When a news outlet is struggling, or the political cycle is just too long to digest, there are always those who can provide a more digestible, objective assessment.
So, with that in mind, we asked Facebook users which candidates on the social network have the most negative comments and how they’re doing.
With over 50 million unique users per day, there’s no shortage of negative comments on any given topic.
It helps to know which candidates are most likely to respond to your sentiment, whether it’s positive or negative, and which are the most popular in terms of mentions on the platform.
In addition to the candidates, we also factored in the popularity of the Facebook political news feed, which has over 2.4 billion likes and over 9.6 billion posts per day.
The top three most disliked candidates are Donald Trump, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
In terms of the overall Facebook political content, the top two most popular political posts are Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Ben Sasse.
Of course, it’s not all negative.
While it’s impossible to know what people really think of a candidate, it can be important to know whether your sentiment aligns with their policies.
It is, in fact, Trump who is the most disliked of the candidates on Facebook.
According to our analysis, Trump is the second most disliked candidate on Facebook with an average of just under 11,000 negative comments per day on average.
Rubio, meanwhile, has an average negative comment of nearly 7,000 per day per user, followed by Cruz at 6,000.
In total, Trump and Rubio both average more than 6,700 comments per month, while Cruz has about 6,300.
Cruz also has the lowest number of mentions per month on the site with less than 2,000 mentions per day and the second lowest number in terms in terms views per month.
Rubio is next with 1,600 mentions per user and Cruz 2,400.
Both Trump and Cruz also have the lowest average amount of likes on Facebook, with Cruz having the lowest with just under 300 and Trump the lowest at roughly 700.
In the bottom half, it looks like Donald Trump and Senator Marco Rubio are the worst.
They both average less than 3,000 likes on the page and each average less in terms the number of times the page is shared.
This makes for a sad situation.
Rubio may be the least liked of the three and Trump is most hated by the site, but he’s also the most liked by a significant number of his followers.
If you’re interested in more, we’ve put together a list of the top five most disliked political candidates for 2018.
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Now There are currently no confirmed Republican candidates for President of the United States.
However, there have been some speculation that Ted Cruz could be a candidate in the 2020 election.
The Texas senator is considered one of the most extreme right-wing politicians in the US, with extreme stances on issues such as immigration and abortion, as well as a long history of pushing for laws to ban Muslims from entering the country.
Cruz has had a rocky relationship with his home state of Texas and has had to make some tough choices in the last few years.
He was recently elected to the Texas Senate and has been in the lead in the GOP primary, but it’s clear that his support in Texas is slipping.
In a poll taken last month by Quinnipiac University, Cruz leads with 25% support and Rubio comes in third with 14%.
A poll released by Quinnipsac University shows the race in Iowa at a dead heat, with Donald Trump leading with 35% support to Senator Ted Cruz’s 21%.
Cruz’s lead has shrunk in Iowa over the last several months, with Trump pulling in 30% support compared to Cruz’s 20%.
With the recent election results, it would seem as though the Texas Senator may be running out